On This Day: National Night Shift Workers Day

National Night Shift Worker's DayMay 11th is a day that is very special to the crew over at 140 Erie Blvd in Schenectady.  Today is National Night Shift Workers Day, otherwise known as National Third Shift Workers Day.  Doesn’t it seem a little strange that we reserve a “day” for these soldiers of the night?  They’ll be sleeping all day while they should be celebrating!

It takes a special person to stay awake and work through the night.  Some of us possess a unique ability to live a life completely opposite of what some consider to be normal.  The next time you’re driving through Schenectady during the early morning hours, keep a lookout for the 2nd floor lights shining bright.  Never a dull moment for the team at Downtown Printwear – we’re working the night shift… and the day shift … and 2nd shift.  That’s just how we roll!

Other Holidays:Eat What You Want Day

  • Eat What You Want Day – anything?
  • Donate a Day’s Wages to Charity Day
  • National School Nurse Day – kill 2 birds with 1 stone when you visit the nurse’s office, get sent home sick, then stop at the receptionist’s office to call home for a ride!  Booyaah!
  • Receptionists Day
  • National Twilight Zone Day – are we in the twilight zone?  You never know!

Birthdays:

  • Cory MonteithCorey Monteith (29) – Glee
  • Valentino (79) – at what point do you earn “one name” recognition?  Valentino!
  • Irving Berlin (1888-1989) – wrote “God Bless America” and “White Christmas”
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About Downtown Printwear

Downtown Custom Printwear specializes in screen-printing, embroidery, large format printing, vinyl graphics, and graphic design. All work is completed in-house, allowing for the most competitive pricing the industry can offer. You’ll always have the opportunity to speak with one of our staff experts who will help you with your order — something you can’t get with those web-based companies. View all posts by Downtown Printwear

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